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Cauldrons and Horns: Brân’s Celtic Drinking Vessels


A burial in France from the Iron-Age housing a Celtic Princes belongings including an ornate cauldron. For many, especially in America, St. Paddy's Day is a day to let lose, get drunk, and get crazy. There's something of a negative stereotype to the Irish and drinking, but the tradition goes back way before

How (and Why) You Should Start Drinking Irish Whiskey


The very word "whiskey" comes from an old Irish neck of the woods, as it's the Anglicization of uisce beatha - a phrase meaning "water of life" that comes from Goidelic - an old Irish, Scottish Gaelic, and Manx branch of languages. Irish whiskey was once the most popular spirit in the world, but since its